Boonshoft awarded grant
Boonshoft awarded grant
Quads highlight new Cedarville year
Shooter indicted on five counts
Buses aside, successful opener for Greeneview
- Boonshoft awarded grant - 4:22 pm
- Boonshoft awarded grant - 4:21 pm
- Quads highlight new Cedarville year - 4:20 pm
- Shooter indicted on five counts - 4:20 pm
- Buses aside, successful opener for Greeneview - 4:19 pm
- Jam fest a sweet time - 11:41 am
- eXploring Downtown: Totem Gallery - 11:41 am updated: 11:42 am.
- Fairborn man sentenced to 3 years - 11:41 am
- Cedarville cars and robot best at Ohio State Fair - 11:40 am
- First day of school: no news is good news - 11:40 am
- Cedarville’s record enrollment features four siblings - 10:25 am
- Off the shelves - 10:24 am
- Youth mentoring program begins in county - 10:23 am
- Trees at site won’t be removed - 10:22 am
- WSU hosting new student orientations - 4:35 pm
- CSU expecting large class - 4:35 pm
- I-675 lane closure scheduled for Aug. 15 - 4:35 pm
- Five Rivers to expand, update dental clinic - 4:34 pm
- Kids, seniors attend Camp Ageless - 4:33 pm
- Board names three interim finalists - 1:11 pm updated: 4:35 pm.
- WPAFB donates to local schools - 10:38 am
- Women’s Hall of Fame inductees announced - 4:34 pm
- GCCOA hosting treats and jam fest - 4:31 pm
- GCPH: Don’t delay, get children vaccinated - 10:15 am updated: 4:31 pm.
- Xenia begins CSU annexation process - 9:57 am
First day of school: no news is good news
XENIA — It’s a successful first day of school when there is nothing to report.And that’s exactly what happened for the Xenia Communi...
Cedarville’s record enrollment features four siblings
CEDARVILLE — Cedarville University is expected to welcome another record-setting enrollment with nearly 4,000 students this year.The incoming fr...
Off the shelves
Anna Bolton | Xenia Daily GazetteCody Byrd, 8, of Xenia draws a minion during the Ready, Set, Draw! activity Aug. 15 at the Xenia Library. .neFileBloc...
Youth mentoring program begins in county
XENIA — YouthMOVE Ohio has moved into Greene County.The youth-led organization that advocates against drug and alcohol abuse and works to improv...
Trees at site won’t be removed
XENIA — Eleven acres of trees will not be cut down on a piece of land that the Greene County Board of Commissioners have been working to certify...
WSU hosting new student orientations
FAIRBORN — Wright State University will host orientation Wednesday, Aug. 23 for the summer.Around 2,200 new and transfer students have attended ...
GCAR series races to final two weekends
XENIA — Here’s a look at the complete points standings for each of the 2017 Gem City Auto Racing divisions, listed with standings position...
Skyhawks battle in split scrimmageHUBER HEIGHTS — Fairborn High’s girls soccer team lost a close 2-1 battle to host Wayne, then tied West ...
GCAR series points tighten up
XENIA — By the time the season rolls around to the final two events of the schedule in most any sport, the season champ has all but been decided...
‘Backyard Battle’ returning to Xenia
GREENE COUNTY — The 17th Xenia versus Beavercreek high school “Backyard Battle” football game will take place on at 7 p.m. Thursday,...
Indians lose OHC openerSOUTH CHARLESTON — Noah Meyers earned top honors with a 2-over-par 38, but Cedarville lost its Ohio Heritage Conference s...
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Greene County marriages
May 24Erin W. Rodgers of Yellow Springs and Mary J. Gentile of Yellow Springs applied for a marriage license. Date of marriage not on record.Caleb L. ...
Confectionately Yours: An open house
I was an infant when Daddy left Texas to check on my grandmother in Mississippi. His sister made a request to come live with us in Texas. She was in a...
Jinks graduated from basic
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — US Air Force Airman 1st Class Torey L. Jinks graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San...
Murrells celebrate 60 years
XENIA — Jerald and Janet (Garringer) Murrell celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary June 8.The couple was married in 1957 at the Bowersville ...
Small business marketing 101: Part 4
Now that you know who your customers are and know your story, we are ready to craft the message.In a world of volume, noise, and distractions, make yo...
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This is why I’m suing five opioid manufacturers in my state
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Life is full of disappointments
It seem to me that life is full of disappointments, that is, something doesn’t turn out the way we planned, envisioned, hoped for, worked toward...
Nashville in concert
Music is a medium that, like no other, binds us together, reflects our joy and pain and transports us to another place and time just by hearing a few ...
A building rich in downtown history
The City of Xenia had been in existence only a few years when a two story building was constructed on the northwest corner of Main and Detroit streets...
GOP split could lead to a 3-way presidential race in 2020
The reasons for the Republicans’ difficulties in redeeming their seven-year promise to repeal Obamacare range from President Donald Trump’...